Assessment of Development Results - Malaysia

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The Assessment of Development Results (ADR) for Malaysia was conducted by the Independent Evaluation Office of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in 2014. The ADR examines the Malaysia country programme over the 2008-2014 and covered the previous country programme 2008-2012, and as much as possible of the on-going country programme 2013-2015.This is the first ADR conducted in Malaysia. It was carried out in close collaboration with the Government of Malaysia through the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) of the Prime Minister’s Department, various other national stakeholders, the UNDP Malaysia Country Office and the Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific.



UNDP's contribution to development results

This chapter assesses UNDP’s contribution to development results from 2008 to 2014 in three outcome areas: inclusive growth; environment, energy and climate change; and South-South cooperation. The assessment of each outcome area begins with an analysis of the national context and strategy, and then presents UNDP’s strategy to support these national efforts to contribute to the achievement of the outcomes. Specific programme and project interventions are analysed and contributions are assessed against the evaluation criteria of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and potential sustainability at the outcome level. Contributions to gender equality and women’s empowerment are also examined for each thematic area.


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